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The Premature Baby Book : Everything You Need to Know about Your Premature Baby from Birth to Age One (Sears Parenting Library)
The Premature Baby Book : Everything You Need to Know about Your Premature Baby from Birth to Age One (Sears Parenting Library)
出版社 : Little Brown & Co
出版年月 : 2004/09
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780316738224

BookWeb価格 : THB 584.00
会員価格 : THB 525.00

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言語 : English

内容情報
Source: ENG
Academic Descriptors: A97240000
Place of Publication: United States
Academic Level: Extracurricular
Review:
PW Annex Reviews
Core Parenting and Childhood Issues
Baker & Taylor Paper Clips August 2004 (Formerly Hot Picks)
CLS Opening Day Collections Audit-June 2002 (And Ongoing)
Table of Contents
 
A Word from Dr. Bill                               ix
Part I: Parenting Your Preemie in the Hospital     1  (80)
  Chapter 1: The First Day - The Top 10            3  (11)
  Questions About Premature Babies
  Chapter 2: Navigating the NICU                   14 (18)
    First Impressions                              14 (2)
    Profile of a Preemie                           16 (1)
    All Wired Up for Intensive Care                17 (2)
    Finding Friends in the NICU - A Tale of Two    19 (3)
    Families
    Be Nice to the Nurses                          22 (1)
    NICU Rules You Should Know                     23 (2)
    NICU Communication Tips                        25 (2)
    Who's Who in the NICU                          27 (2)
    Confessions of a NICU Doctor                   29 (3)
  Chapter 3: Neonatology 101 - A Primer for        32 (16)
  Parents of Preemies
    Respiratory System                             33 (2)
    Neurologic System                              35 (1)
    Cardiovascular System                          36 (3)
    Gastrointestinal System                        39 (1)
    Temperature Regulation                         40 (1)
    Infection Control                              41 (1)
    Routine Nursing Care                           41 (3)
    Blood Tests                                    44 (4)
  Chapter 4: Working Through Your Fears and        48 (9)
  Feelings
    Robbed                                         48 (1)
    Unnatural                                      49 (1)
    Overwhelmed                                    49 (1)
    On an Emotional Roller Coaster                 50 (1)
    Ambivalent                                     50 (1)
    Not Close to Your Baby                         51 (1)
    Hating Waiting                                 52 (1)
    Doing Double Duty                              52 (1)
    Separation Anxiety                             52 (1)
    Stranger Anxiety                               53 (1)
    Bedside Boredom                                53 (1)
    Helpless                                       53 (1)
    Guilty                                         54 (1)
    Afraid                                         55 (1)
    Prone to Meltdowns                             55 (1)
    Depressed                                      56 (1)
    Dreaming About D-Day                           56 (1)
  Chapter 5: Helping Your Baby Grow in the         57 (24)
  Hospital
    Be Your Best at Baby's Bedside                 57 (2)
    Learn Stage-Appropriate Stimulation            59 (5)
    Provide Breast Milk for Your Baby              64 (2)
    Become Familiar with Your Baby's Care          66 (2)
    Practice Kangaroo Care                         68 (7)
    Decorate Your Preemie's Hospital "Nursery"     75 (1)
    Take Good Care of Yourself                     76 (5)
Part II: Feeding Your Preemie                      81 (52)
  Chapter 6: Mother's Milk - The Perfect Food      83 (21)
  for Preemies
    Why Mother's Milk Is So Special for Preemies   83 (7)
    Why Breastfeeding Is So Special for Mothers    90 (2)
    of Preemies
    How Breastfeeding Works                        92 (1)
    Pumping Milk for Your Preemie                  93 (11)
  Chapter 7: Feeding Your Preemie at the Breast    104(17)
    When Can You Start?                            104(1)
    "Get Acquainted with the Breast" Feedings      104(1)
    First Latch-On Feedings                        105(7)
    Is Baby Getting Enough Milk?                   112(2)
    Breastfeeding Your Preemie at Home             114(2)
    Feeding Questions You May Have                 116(5)
  Chapter 8: Bottlefeeding Your Preemie            121(12)
    First Feedings                                 121(1)
    Special Precautions                            122(2)
    Special Techniques                             124(1)
    How Much? How Often?                           125(3)
    Choosing a Formula                             128(1)
    Formula Allergies                              129(1)
    Night Feedings                                 130(3)
Part III: Parenting Your Preemie at Home           133(80)
  Chapter 9: Homecoming                            135(13)
    Preparing for D-Day                            135(4)
    Feelings You May Have                          139(1)
    Making a Home for Your Baby                    140(2)
    Setting Up Your Team of Helpers                142(1)
    Handling Siblings                              143(3)
    First Visit to Baby's Doctor                   146(2)
  Chapter 10: Developing a Parenting Style         148(18)
  That's Best for Preemies
    The Seven Baby B's                             148(16)
    How Attachment Parenting Helps Preemies        164(2)
    Grow - What Science Says
  Chapter 11: Common Concerns During the First     166(17)
  Year
    Feeding Concerns                               166(4)
    Developmental Concerns                         170(2)
    Nine Ways to Help Your Preemie's Development   172(2)
    Early Intervention Programs                    174(2)
    Traveling with Preemies - When and How?        176(3)
    Parenting Twins and Multiples                  179(4)
  Chapter 12: Medical Challenges for the           183(30)
  Premature Baby
    Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS)            183(1)
    Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia (BPD) and           184(2)
    Chronic Lung Disease (CLD)
    Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)              186(2)
    Reactive Airway Disease (RAD)                  188(1)
    Air Leaks                                      188(1)
    Anemia                                         189(2)
    Apnea of Prematurity                           191(2)
    Jaundice, or Hyperbilirubinemia                193(1)
    Hearing Loss                                   194(1)
    Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)         195(3)
    Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC)                198(2)
    Infections                                     200(1)
    Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)               201(1)
    Strabismus                                     202(1)
    Intraventricular Hemorrhage (IVH)              202(1)
    Hydrocephalus                                  203(2)
    Cerebral Palsy (CP)                            205(1)
    Hernia                                         205(1)
    Patent Ductus Arteriosus (PDA)                 206(1)
    Seizures                                       207(1)
    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)            207(2)
    If Your Baby Dies - Grieving                   209(4)
Appendices                                         213(16)
  1. Weight Conversion Table                       213(2)
  2. Discharge Resources                           215(2)
  3. Plotting Your Preemie's Growth in the NICU    217(4)
  4. Plotting Your Baby's Growth Through the       221(4)
  First Year
  5. Newborn and Infant CPR                        225(4)
Glossary of Medical Terms                          229(6)
Resources                                          235(2)
Index                                              237
 

The Premature Baby Book helps parents of premature babies become comfortable with their potentially bewildering new roles. Among the topics covered: - Getting to know the important people, and the cutting-edge equipment, in the neonatology infant care unit- Head-to-toe, system-by-system--a tour of a preemie's unique features and needs- Methods for dealing with the fears and feelings common to new parents of preemies- How parents can bond with their newborn even during the infant's extended stay at the hospital- Breastfeeding vs. bottle-feeding, and how to develop a healthy feeding pattern in the early days- Necessary preparations for bringing baby home- Common concerns and medical challenges during the first year- Like the Sears's bestselling The Baby Book, The Premature Baby Book focuses on the essential needs of babies--eating, sleeping, development, health, and comfort--and covers virtually every aspect of caring for the premature infant.- More than a million copies of the books in the Sears Parenting Library have been sold to date--and the books remain perennial bestsellers. The Premature Baby Book is the eleventh book in this popular series.- William Sears, M.D., has practiced as a pediatrician for more than 30 years. Martha Sears is a registered nurse, child-birth educator, and breastfeeding consultant. Drs. Robert and James Sears are their two oldest sons and are both board-certified pediatricians at the Sears Family Pediatric Practice in San Clemente, California.